SONATA ARCTICA: Bonus Tracks Revealed

Finnish melodic metallers SONATA ARCTICA laid down cover versions of VANISHING POINT's "Two Minds One Soul" and DEPECHE MODE's "World In My Eyes" during the recording sessions for the group's new album, "Reckoning Night", due later in the year through Nuclear Blast Records. The album, which is described by the band's vocalist, Tony Kakko, as "heavier and rougher" than its predecessors, is currently being mixed, with plans to complete the sessions by the end of June. Songtitles set to appear on the follow-up to 2003's "Winterheart's Guild" include "White Pearl, Black Oceans...", "The Boy Who Wanted to be a Real Puppet", "Ain't Your Fairytale", "Wrecking the Sphere", "Blinded No More", "Reckoning Day, Reckoning Night" (instrumental) and "My Selene".

(Thanks: Timo Isoaho / Sonera Plaza Kaista)


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